- Code repository on Github.
- Code, along with the basemaps, to reproduce the diatom deposition maps of Renaudie (2016).
Here you can find the Supplementary Materials of some recent papers:
- Supplementary Material from Renaudie & Lazarus (2013), also available on Dryad.
- Supplementary Material from Lazarus et al. (2014), also available on Figshare.
- Supplementary Material from Wiese et al. (2016).
- Supplementary Material from Renaudie (2016), also available from Biogeosciences.
- Supplementary Material from Renaudie et al. (2018), also available from Fossil Record.
- Supplementary Material from Buchwitz et al. (2021).
Although the original data for each paper are usually included in those Supplementary Materials along with the recipe to produce the results, you can find here the main results in a convenient form so you can reuse them and plot your own figures quickly:
- Results from Renaudie (2016): Diatom abundance during the Cenozoic ("running boxplot").
- Results from Renaudie et al. (2018): Diatom diversity during the Cenozoic at 1Myr-resolution (subsampled using SQS + D80, based on NSB data and additional Paleocene data from the paper; updated from Lazarus et al. 2014 and Wiese et al. 2016).
My Neogene Southern Ocean radiolarian dataset used in Renaudie & Lazarus (2013) and Trubovitz et al. (2020) can be found on Zenodo along with Sarah's massive Late Neogene equatorial Pacific radiolarian dataset: beware however that the ages used in the original 2013 publication where slightly different. The original (now outdated[pun not intended]) sample ages can be found in the Supplementary Table 1 of that article.